There was a man who came to my front door asking if he could repaint my address on the side of the curb. I told him sure and gave him the five dollars he asked for. Just a few hours ago I started thinking, “Did I ever tell that man thank you?” I try to say thank you at all times; it really makes a difference, especially now days. We are so caught up in the busy life we live, that at times we forget to say two words that mean a lot “THANK YOU.”
Many soon to be brides and grooms are looking for the best videographer for their weddings. Videographers can be expensive, but they deal with both audio and video. There is a reason why professional videographers charge what they charge…the job is not easy to do. As a videographer, you have to be ready at all times. You can’t ask the bride to walk down the aisle again because you were not ready. Ready, ready, ready you must be; you never really know what is going to happen during this live event. I have compiled some of my cinematic wedding videos and edited them together for a promo. This video can help you see what you will receive if you hire Jeffrey Cook Videography for your wedding. We have over 15 years of videography experience, and have won several awards. We look forward to hearing from you.
Not long ago I shot a promotional video for a Fresno Christian school, FCCA. I interviewed teachers, students, and administrators; and it is apparent that Christ comes first.
First Church Christian Academy provides you and your child with a distinct educational alternative in a warm and caring environment. We offer a traditional Christian education with small class sizes so each child receives the individual attention they deserve! Our Preschool program is one of the very few in the valley with an infant care program as well as a great pre-kindergarten program that teaches foundational skills needed for Kindergarten. Students at FCCA are well rounded and strive for excellence. And that's not all...We have FUN learning!
Our interview setup for More Than Saturday
Jeffrey Cook Videography does several different types of videos. Jeffrey’s expertise is shooting mini documentaries. We specialize in telling people stories like More Than Saturday where a group of church volunteers spend their time playing sports, crafts and just interacting with the youth of the neighborhood. The volunteers and youth meet up at a local school for two hours once a month.
We also shoot cinematic weddings. Daniella and Kyle's trailer was one of three of our wedding videos that were featured on weddingwire.com. Our video turn-around time is fast, so you will not have to wait weeks for your video.
The most important thing to us is telling your story. Whether it be a wedding, a nonprofit, or a business such as Dusty Buns. The video can’t be great without your story. We like your voice to tell the story, rather than a narrator.
Feel free to check out our work at www.jeffreycookvideography.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Jeffrey has over 15 years of television experience and can capture your event or story in a stunning cinematic style. Let us tell your story.
This weekend I had the opportunity to explore Saturday sports. It’s an outreach program that is overseen by ENP (Every Neighborhood Partnerships) The program brings a church and a school together so that they can help youth. One Saturday or more per month (depending on the school and volunteers) volunteers get together to play sports, crafts and just interact with the youth that show up for the 2 hour allotted time. All the kids that I witnessed had a great time…they were all smiles. It was very heartwarming to hear their stories and how they want to improve their lives. The volunteers had great things to say about the program and the kids. Many of the volunteers go above and beyond Saturdays to meet the needs of the kids and their families. I am very glad I had the chance to shoot this mini documentary. It serves as a promotional piece for the program and Northpointe church as well. When it comes to Saturday sports…..it’s More Than Saturday.
I just found out that the mini docuemtary Start with kindness in which I was the director of photography and editor for ended up winning an award 2015. Start with kindness was awarded “Best Message” in 2015 at the No Bull Challenge Awards in Los Angeles. The students' had great stories to share.